An Eye for an Eye

For many centuries, the death penalty has been enforced by numerous great civilizations and societies—The Ancient Greeks, Egyptians, Aztecs, etc., the Code of Hammurabi–in order to effectively maintain justice. However, in the recent years it is evident that there is a growing controversy of the necessity of capital punishment with the bitter back-and-forth disputes for...
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Dog Breeds

You are playing with your new puppy then you wondering what type of dog or puppy you have.You wonder does it shed itsfur or does it eat a lot. A breed is a specific type of dog, for example, a German Shepherd or a Husky.A lot of people have questions, like how can you tell if there a different breed or if they shed a lot, and are there any new breeds of dogs.So there is a lo...
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Unpredictable Destruction

“Woah dude, did you feel that?” “I though that was just me.” “Nah bro, I think that was an earthquake.” An earthquake is the worst natural disaster to experience because they have caused millions of dollars worth of damage. Earthquakes are caused by Earths tectonic plates rubbing against each other. The violent shaking of an earthquake....
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Jealousy: It's a Killer!

When made jealous by an outside force, are you made the victim of that person, or a villain for not being able to overcome it? Can a person be held responsible for their actions in times of extreme jealousy, or is it like a state of insanity? Jealousy is an emotion like any other and can lead to irrational behavior, like any strong emotion. That does not mean it cannot be con...
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Gator Me

I am a Gator but I offer nothing in the way of extenuating circumstances except the fact that I am the only Gator who knows not only the name of the football stadium but also that of the library, the roads, and all on campus restaurants. I know the very day I became a Gator. I was born with orange and blue blood, the result of being the offspring of two prior Gators, in Park...
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Be an Individual

“It is better to fail in originality than to succeed in imitation (Herman Melville)”. This quote is emphasizing that even if someone is not winning, they are better off losing as an individual knowing that he/she was being a leader, not a follower. In Bradbury’s, Fahrenheit 451, Guy Montag is trying to escape conformity and lead his own life whether or not it is perfect. Mont...
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Response to Singer's Solution to World Poverty

A child dies of hunger every 5 seconds. Thousands of people die from starvation each day and millions of people are hungry. Today poverty remains one of the biggest issues in the world. Peter Singer, a professor bioethics, addresses the dilemma of poverty in his New York Times article, The Singer Solution to World Poverty. He asserts that the prosperous individuals should don...
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The Beginnings and Endings of Curiosity

I am constantly wondering things. Most times they were simple things such as, why is the sky blue. The answer to this question can be found in almost any modern science textbook. Other thoughts were more complicated, such as, why did we evolve and not our closely related primates. As you can imagine this question was sparked after a particularly engaging discussion in my fift...
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The Quiet Leader

Introversion: “The state of being concerned primarily with one’s own thoughts and feelings rather than with the external environment; the act of directing one’s interest inward or to things within the self.” The mysterious aura surrounding this personality type is a result of ignorance and oblivion. Often used synonymously with “shyness,” introversion is widely misunder...
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Free Identity Case Study Essay Examples

Throughout the novels,The Bluest EyeandAmericanBorn Chinese , readers are able to understand and apply their insecurities to understand the struggles of minorities. These authors portray these minorities as African Americans and Chinese Americans to make sure that the character in the beginning wont go through one transformation, but numerous transformations. From transition...
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